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B.O.A.B. - Black Owned and Busy™ Shining the Spotlight on Black Owned Businesses

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Posted By: Beverly Johnson on May 12, 2022

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About Today:

Our guest is Recording Artist and Author Justin Brown was born in Honolulu, Hawaii. Justin found his love for singing in the church choir at the tender age of 7.



Growing up in Hawaii, helped Justin learn to story tell through his music and also created his love for string instruments. By the age 17, Justin taught himself to play the piano by ear.

Justin describes his music as being full of emotion, heartache, love, hate, and, soul. His lyrics give us lessons in love and how to handle the ups and downs of a relationship. Justin expanded his talents into becoming an author. His first book, "Shattered Bones", is meant to guide readers into real world issues involving love, sex, and religion. Some have stated that his book may be controversial because not many authors would consider mixing sex and religion together. Justin states, "My book is about life. My book is reality as we see it."

Justin wishes to be remembered as one of the great songwriters and authors of our time, to change people through his music and his writings.


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